Sera-Xtracta Genomic DNA Kit
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From advice on choosing the correct magnetic bead to the benefits of lyophilization, find out how we can help you commercialize your assays faster. With technical expertise and extensive manufacturing capabilities supported by security of supply commitments we can provide validated solutions which minimize disruption to your molecular diagnostics workflows.
Next-generation sequencing (NGS) supports a diverse range of applications including clinical diagnostics, disease risk, and therapeutic interventions. We are advancing the simplification and accessibility of the NGS technologies for day-to-day research, clinical diagnostics and much more. Find out about the developing technologies and the products available to support your workflows.
Almost all protein samples need further preparation after collection which can be critical to successful downstream analysis. Within immunodiagnostics, pharma development and other proteomics fields, there is increasing demand for high-quality, small scale protein preparation for analytical purposes. Find out about the products and services available to optimize immunology and protein purification as a diagnostic tool.
NGS technology enables researchers to sequence an entire genome, transcriptome or exome, carrying out experiments and analyzing data which until recently would have been considered impossible. The next steps are to streamline the process and lower the overall cost to make it accessible to all markets. Read our tips and suggestions for simplifying your NGS workflow in day-to-day research and clinical diagnostics.
Nucleic acid extraction widely encompasses the processes of cell collection, lysis, nucleic acid isolation, purification, and recovery from samples including blood and saliva to fresh, frozen, or decades-old archived tissue biopsies. Read our e-book to discover approaches to accelerate NGS sample preparation and ways to overcome challenges with different sample types.
This handbook is for students and experienced practitioners in the protein research field who have an interest in “getting it right from the start.” Gain a deep understanding of the important considerations in the design process of sample preparation operations, sample types and preparation techniques.
This handbook provides guidance, hints, and tips when preparing nucleic acids for downstream applications. You will find an overview of nucleic acid sample preparation whether you’re interested in purifying genomic DNA, total RNA, or total denatured protein from a single undivided sample.